iwillscreamatthesky:

glamourfromtheasylum:

Lady Gaga and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

Looking forward to this!!!

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calms:

nature/vintage/photography blog

thepoliticalfreakshow:

  • The younger crowd is pleading for the media to stay: “Show the world what they’re about to do to us!”
  • Just told to go into our cars. An on-scene reporter was told to get into his car, and media were told to get into their cars. It’s about to reach a boiling point in Ferguson.
  • Protesters are asking the media to stand with them and not return to the media area

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flowerfaeriee:

I have this tshirt☺
trippyheights:

lafilleseule:

They erode into one another
Calcified bone to dust

I cried the first time I saw this picture.

titanicrealtime:

Water-stained violin proven to be the one that played Nearer my God to Thee by Wallace Hartley as the Titanic sank is found. [x]

It is the instrument that he played as the ship went down in the Atlantic, and that he later used as a buoyancy aid once Titanic went down.

The violin was discovered only by chance when the son of an amateur musician found it in his attic. It was given to his mother by her violin teacher and was left gathering dust.

The discovery was almost too good to be true, prompting experts to have the relic forensically examined by some of the most revered scientific bodies in Britain.

Now, after seven years of testing at a cost of tens of thousands of pounds, the water-stained violin has been proven to be the one played by Hartley on the night of the tragedy.

These pictures show how incredibly well-preserved the rose wood violin is despite its age and it being exposed to the sea for 10 days after the sinking.

There are two long cracks on its body that are said to have been opened up by moisture damage.

The photos also show the corroded engraved silver plate screwed onto the base of the fiddle that provided scientists with they key proof of its authenticity.

The historic violin, said to be worth a six figure sum, will go on public display at the Belfast City Hall, where Titanic was built, at the end of March.

Negotiations are also under way to exhibit it in museums around the world including America. It is likely to be auctioned off in the future.

Titanic experts have described it as the most important artefact associated with the infamous liner to have come to light.

canni8al:

so i was trying to find a picture of a bird that is big so i searched “big bird” but forgot he was a character

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so i went back and typed in “a large bird” and HE IS STILL HERE LOOKIN SAD LIKE I DIDN’T WANT HIM

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I would love to reenact this scene one day during my lifetime.

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aminaabramovic:

i honestly can’t stop screaming at this like she went off

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